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The new Lancia Ypsilon will be unveiled in February in Milan in the limited edition version created in collaboration with Cassina. Yesterday, Lancia released the second teaser image showing the front end but obviously the news of the day was the photos of the prototype "fished" from a river in France after the vehicle was allegedly stolen. These images showed the naked car for the first time. There is therefore no longer any doubt about the design of this long-awaited car with which the Lancia brand will make its return to Europe in key markets such as Spain, France and Germany after several years.

Images of the new Lancia Ypsilon confirm that the car will have a front end inspired by the Lancia Pu+Ra HPE concept. The side panel is reminiscent of other models in the Stellantis range which are part of the B segment of the market. As for the rear, the round Alfa Romeo MiTo-style light clusters stand out, having already been identified in other spy photos, so much so that they gave rise to a series of recent renderings that we have for you shown in recent days. Here we show you new images that we did not publish yesterday and which show more details about this long-awaited model destined to make a lot of talk in the years to come.

The new Lancia Ypsilon will be produced in Spain near Zaragoza. The car will be born on the CMP platform which it will share with the Opel Corsa and Peugeot 208. It will have many points in common with these cars including the range of engines. The car will emphasize Italian elegance and premium materials. In the cabin, the technology will take giant steps compared to the current model but it will remain simple to use. The styling of this car is important because it will also determine that of future Lancia cars, starting with the flagship Gamma that we will see in 2026 and then continuing with the new Lancia Delta in 2028.

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